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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Allied Minds Plc LSE:ALM London Ordinary Share GB00BLRLH124 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.25 1.25% 20.25 20.00 20.50 20.00 20.00 20.00 73,803 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.5 -55.5 -22.0 - 49

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/7/2019
09:46
Baron sold and bad news to come.
mreasygoing
30/7/2019
09:07
Woodford must be desperate to sell his holding here.
blueball
29/7/2019
23:17
"Thanks for sharing ... that's a great find. If anyone else wants to join the 'research team' (and not just comment on price), then please step up 😉 ." Https://twitter.com/barondaytrading/status/1155936105012715521 ........ "Fantastic news in #CBRS, as @FCC announces 3 ESCs have been approved & registered, one of which being @FedWireless (alongside @Google) Great for #ALM @barondaytrading"
tromso1
29/7/2019
16:37
No he didn't.
tromso1
29/7/2019
16:30
Baron sold.
mreasygoing
26/7/2019
16:03
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blueball
25/7/2019
21:57
BRIDGESAT, INC. ANNOUNCES CORPORATE NAME CHANGE TO BRIDGECOMM, INC.Jul 15 2019 | DENVER, CO.Name change reflects growing demand and BridgeSat involvement in optical wireless communications beyond space to terrestrial and airborne marketsBridgeSat, Inc., a leader in optical wireless communications (OWC) solutions and services, is pleased to announce its official corporate name change to BridgeComm, Inc. Supporting the company's vision to provide organizations worldwide with fast, secure, enterprise-grade broadband services, the name change reflects its role as an OWC pioneer in growing marketplaces adjacent to the space sector, where it has built strong relationships among public, private and government organizations."With support from our investors and our strategic partner Boeing, we have made a deliberate decision that best represents our focus and the growing demands of our customers," says BridgeComm's CEO Barry A. Matsumori. "While we are still committed to providing solutions to enable advances in the space ecosystem, we are at the forefront of developing solutiuons for high-growth markets, specifically terrestrial and airborne, where 5G and United States Government demands are increasing at a rapid pace."Launched in 2015, BridgeComm quickly garnered attention as the first organization to commercialize OWC and begin development of a global network of optical ground stations designed to support complimentary fixed and mobile terminals that provide high-bandwidth, high-security solutions for unique applications. A wireless technology offering rapid point-to-point data transmission via beams of light that connect from one telescope to another using low-power, safe, infrared lasers in the terahertz spectrum, OWC holds tremendous potential to augment RF, fiber and mmWave technologies and extend the capabilities of the terrestrial fiber grid-particularly in hard-to-access environments and in areas where cell towers do not currently exist.Analytics firm Research and Markets predicts the global OWC market will experience significant growth by 2023 at an estimated compound annual growth rate of 33.49 percent, from $229.2 million generated in 2017. In addition to space exploration and future opportunities for 4G and 5G networks, prominent applications include intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and backhaul."Working across industry sectors to bring integrated, multi-domain solutions to market, we look forward to BridgeComm's evolution," added Matsumori, whose company is engaged in a wide range of U.S. Government activities, with several commercial airborne lasercom projects well underway. "As a terminal agnostic provider of OWC solutions, we are proud to be at the leading edge enabling a new era of connectivity."For more information, visit: www.bridgecomminc.com.
ragnarr
24/7/2019
15:58
"In light of recent business developments , the #ALM price shouldn't be anywhere near here. Correction back up due. $100m In cash and equivalents at Year end. Market cap remains only £168m." hTTps://twitter.com/barondaytrading/status/1154035923631263744
cf456
24/7/2019
15:58
Yes, a load of potential newsflow in the coming weeks that could put a rocket under the share price. The board could certainly help things along with a more proactive approach.
cf456
24/7/2019
12:06
"Applied Materials already has five customers adopt its new solutions for the manufacture of MRAM memory, and eight customers for ReRAM and PCRAM chips, according to the semiconductor equipment vendor." hTTps://www.digitimes.com/news/a20190724PD200.html
cf456
22/7/2019
15:35
"It’s … so … close." hTTps://www.rcrwireless.com/20190719/policy/final-cbrs-sas-test-reports-are-complete --- Plenty of buying today in anticipation.
cf456
22/7/2019
15:30
All we need now is for that chart to move north :-)
cheshire man
22/7/2019
15:04
The bureaucratic wheels continue to turn in the process to get initial commercial deployments of the Citizens Broadband Radio Service underway. It's ... so ... close.On Friday, a blog post confirmed that the final test reports for the first wave of Spectrum Access System administrators - which include Federated Wireless, CommScope subsidiary Comsearch and Google - were officially completed and submitted to the commercial participants on Thursday. By Friday afternoon, Federated Wireless had already submitted its final SAS test results to the Federal Communications Commission for review, and the CBRS Alliance put out a statement saying that it expects all of the SAS administrators who have received results to submit those reports to the FCC within days - which will complete all of the related industry work necessary for initial commercial deployments (ICD) to begin.The only hurdles left to clear before initial commercial deployment (ICD) can start, are the review of those SAS test results by the FCC, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration and the Department of Defense, and - assuming that the results are acceptable - the official authorization of the SAS administrators, based on those results.Federated had previously submitted the draft results of its testing in an effort to get the review process jump-started and said that its SAS passed all of the more than 1,000 tests conducted by Institute for Telecommunications Sciences, which is part of NTIA (the draft and official results submitted to the FCC are redacted, citing competitive concerns).The SASes, which enable the proper sharing and protection of users in the three-tiered CBRS framework, went through testing with ITS that was completed in April. Draft results were made available to the SAS administrators last month, and the CBRS ecosystem has been anxiously awaiting ITS' submission of the official results reports on which authorization of the SAS will be based.CBRS will launch initially with two of the three tiers of sharing enabled: incumbents and General Authorized Access. The Priority Access tier will be licensed, but that auction is not expected to happen until 2020. The coastal Environmental Sensing Capabilities (ESC), which protect incumbents including naval radar systems on ships, were previously tested by ITS and have already received authorization. Federated Wireless' network is already operational.ICD is essentially formal field testing, although the networks will be considered commercial at that point. The WInnForum describes ICD as being used to prove the ability of Spectrum Access Systems and CBRS devices to perform properly in the field. It is a minimum period of 30 days, at which point a report on the results of ICD has to be submitted to the FCC for review. Once the ICD data has been reviewed, the SAS operators can receive final certification and approval to operate for five years. That is the point at which CBRS will be well and truly open for large-scale business."The completed tests will drive progress toward initial commercial deployments in the band, prized for its excellent mix of capacity and coverage capabilities," Keith Gremban, director of ITS, wrote in the blog post on the official completion of the test result reports. He went on to note that while LTE technology is available for the band now, "industry has already begun to develop specifications to support 5G deployments."A number of companies have recently indicated plans for large-scale tests of CBRS, including Walt Disney resorts and cable company Charter Communications. Dave Wright, president of the CBRS Alliance and director of regulatory affairs and network standards for CommScope (which now owns Ruckus Wireless) said at the recent Dynamic Spectrum Alliance global summit that a CBRS Alliance event earlier this year featured demonstrations of 31 CBRS devices that are either already certified for operation, or soon will be, ranging from flagship smartphones to customer premise equipment to IoT modules and gateways.On Friday, Wright released a statement saying that the CBRS Alliance had been alerted by its SAS administrator members late Thursday that they had received their official result reports from ITS, and that it expects all of them to submit those reports to the FCC within the next few days."Our leadership met recently with the FCC, NTIA, and DoD, and we have no doubt that our federal partners are as eager as the Alliance's members for the launch of commercial service," Wright added.
ragnarr
22/7/2019
12:06
This seemed to be a long time in auction - now ended, just a few minutes ago. f
fillipe
22/7/2019
10:41
Topped up at sub70, this is a special situation where the board seem opposed to shareholders interests and that can't last
mad foetus
22/7/2019
09:52
"Why hello, Friday afternoon. Looks like @NTIA has submitted the final test results for the #CBRS SAS admins to the @FCC and @FedWireless has already submitted its official results for review. Story to come shortly! @rcrwirelessnews" hTTps://twitter.com/khillrcr/status/1152312690720825344
cf456
22/7/2019
09:51
"Great late news and a super way to close out the night (actually already 00:41 here). #AlliedMinds are majority stakeholders in first mover advantage #FederatedWireless . Roll on the move back up Monday" hTTps://twitter.com/barondaytrading/status/1152317506322915328
cf456
22/7/2019
09:47
RNS cant be far away judging by the buys today.
blueball
18/7/2019
16:36
Finished up 1p big deal and a 100k buy...share price reaction in a rut.
blueball
17/7/2019
17:06
Analytics firm Research and Markets predicts the global OWC market will experience significant growth by 2023 at an estimated compound annual growth rate of 33.49 percent, from $229.2 million generated in 2017. In addition to space exploration and future opportunities for 4G and 5G networks, prominent applications include intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and backhaul. “Working across industry sectors to bring integrated, multi-domain solutions to market, we look forward to BridgeComm’s evolution,” added Matsumori, whose company is engaged in a wide range of U.S. Government activities, with several commercial airborne lasercom projects well underway. “As a terminal agnostic provider of OWC solutions, we are proud to be at the leading edge enabling a new era of connectivity.” hTTp://www.alliedminds.com/news-article/bridgesat-inc-announces-corporate-name-change-bridgecomm-inc
cf456
17/7/2019
12:22
hTTps://www.americaninno.com/dc/dc-startup/moonshot-hawkeye-360-is-tracking-the-worlds-radio-signals-from-space/
cf456
17/7/2019
09:49
FW news wont be long now - weeks not months imo :-)
ragnarr
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